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FOX Business
Oct 30, 2017 3:00pm EDT
talk about george papadopoulos. she said just about an hour ago. we have no idea what he did. but whatever he six suggested about meeting with the president the president did not follow that track. they misled the fbi as it pertains to the meetings he have it with a professor who introduced him to someone that the present -- the professor said that they all have dirt on hillary clinton. connect the dots for us. i can't connect the dots at this point. all we know is that this is the second meeting in which dirt on hillary clinton was promised the other one was a very high level meeting in the trump tower. that we heard about earlier. we are clearly seen evidence of a collaboration but once again it may not had been illegal collaboration that is what has to be established. it may very will be. they make the situation a lot worse. i think the press secretary should just say no comment that is the way we handle this kind of thing in the bush administration. speaking of which the president did a whole tweet storm. saying why are they looking to hillary clinton. how cautious does he nee
FOX Business
Nov 2, 2017 3:00pm EDT
of president george h.w. bush, and just like william mcchesney martin, the longest serving chairman in federal reserve history, jay will bring extensive private sector experience and real world perspective to our government. as a result, he understands what it takes for our economy to grow, and just as importantly he understands what truly drives american success. the innovation, hard work and dreams of the american people. i also want to thank the current chair, fed chair, janet yellen, a wonderful woman who's done a terrific job. we have been working together for ten months and she is absolutely a spectacular person. janet, thank you very much. we appreciate it. for the past four years, she has served with dedication and devotion and we are grateful for her total commitment to public service. the federal reserve is one of the most important institutions in our government. it is respected all around the world, and is crucial to our economic prosperity. i am confident that with jay as a wise steward of the federal reserve, it will have the leadership it needs in the years to come. t
FOX Business
Aug 25, 2016 3:00pm EDT
talking about another quarter point increase. we should point out esther george is a hawk on the fed. she has voted three times already this year and been the sole dissenter in the fed policy meetings, voted three times to raise interest rates already. sounds like she is ready to do it again. we're waiting of course for janet yellen, who has, i guess kind of an outsized vote on the policy body, the fomc. so her remarks of course we'll be getting at 10:00 eastern tomorrow. we'll bring you those headlines first thing in the morning. liz. liz: you're in d.c. that is a fake backdrop. i shouldn't reveal that to our viewers. reporter: green screen. i'm in a warehouse in southeast washington. no, this is the real thing. it is beautiful. >> absolutely beautiful. thank you, peter. thank you. we'll see how beautiful the news is tomorrow. by the way, be sure to watch peter's interview with atlanta fed president dennis lockhart that "first on fox" interview airs at 8:50 eastern on "mornings with maria." >>> okay, we're 15 minutes to go before the closing bell rings. just when you thought the boo
FOX Business
Jul 15, 2014 3:00pm EDT
? >> we are not seeing what professor george miller representative target-- harvard i'm a which were colors of blue, red, black and the brighter colors. we are seeing pale pastels and not a lot of new fashion. in luxury we are seen fashion and that's why nordstrom is doing well that's why some of the high-end department stores and burberry announce great numbers as well. liz: acid yellow-green with subtly hot minute wasn't, liz. it's hard to keep the inventory stack properly. >> i think there is trend in teen unfortunately is going for the fast fashion company like crop tops and if anyone has teenage kids watching those trends seem bizarre and out there, but they are deftly happening. not the traditional companies are capitalizing on. liz: now let's get to what hovers above the fitting room. what should we be trying on? >> i like macy's and and taylor. both are inexpensive stock and i think that is important. you are not seeing overvalued companies, but macy's is best in class. great capital allocation and i think they will grow earnings above. liz: bert, what should we try on in you
FOX Business
Sep 9, 2016 3:00pm EDT
doing strategizing the best way to defeat the growing threat of isis. informer george w bush. now concurrently a few blocks this way. it carried out the fifth and largest nuclear test to date. it was so big that the survey that it was a five .3 earthquake. we don't know for sure but it has exclusive the exclusive power of 10 kilotons. there is multiple problems in this one. the clichÉ turned loose cannon. and we are not sure how much he understands about the rest of the world. the only player that has any influence over north korea is china. they need china support. it would do it two things. china doesn't want a close work with the u.s. ally. it doesn't want south korea to become a total korea. they are in a bind because they rebuilt their capital city. it doesn't take to destroy that. you can use conventional artillery. in the one was most likely to break the chain by doing something stupid now and must be stressed. stress. he cannot deliver those to the united states. and hence our allies they call themselves somatic. you have the presidential candidates talking a lot about is
FOX Business
Sep 24, 2014 3:00pm EDT
-18, f-15, f-22, the u.s.s. george h.w. bush, a lockheed martin ship and a raytheon model. liz: yesterday all those names were down and the bombings had begun, that's why we called in chris bertelsmann, he says defense is the new offense for your portfolio. he'll dig into names he loss of right now. thanks for that. let's go to aig, the former head of aig who built it up, hank greenberg will spend this coming monday in court fighting the u.s. government over handling of insurance giant's 2008 multibillion dollar bailout related to the financial crisis. charlie gasparino. >> give a little background, this is a very, very controversial suit. hank greenberg is essentially saying it survived motions to dismiss over the past year and survived other motions to not take depositions, he took the depositions of hank paulsen, ben bernanke, the lead players in the 2008 financial bailout. this is hitting on monday. what greenberg is saying the bailout of aig wasn't quite a bailout for the shareholders. shareholders got screwed and the government in enacting a bailout taking a massive equit
FOX Business
Dec 7, 2016 3:00pm EST
under president george w. bush a big conservative chat. it is problematic the president has so much power you always wonder if there is some implicit threat to individuals of the goes beyond what i think a limited government should do. a sack -- a fox business network elusive. >> is nice to be with you. what is run with the a little arm twisting at the outcome is job saved, lower drug prices and new plants built here instead of the philippines. i think president-elect trump is exactly right. has a variety of ideas to do it including more limited regulation. if there is particular business decisions. been a ceo of a company and being president of the united states. it is not the central planner for the u.s. economy. what we do is reset the rolls we set the rules up and let individual business leads make this. they seem to want to interven it might be an interesting word here. if you leave and get a slap major tariffs on you. they did not leave indiana. he struck some deal there. it works both ways just yesterday during this hour we saw that he hugged him who was the chairman of south
FOX Business
May 29, 2015 3:00pm EDT
your house, liz, shy of the george washington bridge there, across the hudson on the left side. liz: there it is! >> you might have left your door open. liz: it's the first cluster of house, geraldo in there too! >> i saw him sun bathing about an hour ago. [ laughter ] >> you can't even begin to describe the views, i know that's my job. it isn't easy because it is so amazing, high above all of manhattan, brooklyn, you can see on the other side of the tower, of course the river to new jersey, down south, staten island, all the bridges, and it's just an amazing vantage point, and the ride up here, as we've been telling you about all day is amazing too, liz. liz: it looks incredible, and i remember being up there, it's almost a slightly strange feeling to be that high up. even the boats on the hudson are tiny little dots, right rick? >> and the other cool thing is the sightseeing helicopters and planes are flying below you, you are looking down. i was up here too, liz, when they were constructing this building, and there was no roof and no walls, it was netting on the sides and very er
FOX Business
Dec 22, 2015 3:00pm EST
christmas to you both. you do not want to miss republican presidential candidate george w. bush. he will be on "risk & reward" later on fox business. that's at 5:00 p.m. eastern time. >>> and we've got a reminder for you that the fox business debate is coming up. it's going to be on thursday, january 14th. you got to set your dvr's now. the best team in the debate business right there. the closing bell is straight ahead. the dow is losing a little steam, it's up about 145 points right now. it was close to being up 200 points. "countdown" coming right back. ♪ i built my business with passion. but i keep it growing by making every dollar count. that's why i have the spark cash card from capital one. i earn unlimited 2% cash back on everything i buy for my studio. ♪ and that unlimited 2% cash back from spark means thousands of dollars each year going back into my business... that's huge for my bottom line. what's in your wallet? . liz: we're five minutes away to the closing best. another white knuckled ride into the close. dow is levitating higher, up nearly 200 points, now up 144.
FOX Business
May 12, 2015 3:00pm EDT
don't know i wondered. you know, i have a bromanse going. you know, george the cameraman. we have a bromanse. >> i have a brain crush on sam wyche. i admitted that on television. >> i have an infatuation with jennifer aniston. let's get to the story. christie hasn't announced his 2016 intentions officially. but he's shown all signs he will run. we were first reporting on fox business that his wife mary pat had left the hedge fund she was working at. she indicated i'm doing this -- i'm leaving because he's getting ready. he had an interesting op-ed in the wall street journal. which laid out some of his economic agenda. by the way, it's the most concrete economic agenda of all the candidates so far. put it in paper. i think it's pretty interesting. now we hear sources in the republican party. people close to christie, big fundraiser that he's going to try to woo mark zuckerberg to fund his campaign and use it as like a semi endorsement. >> it helped cory booker. there's cory. >> marmark zuckerberg and he has some history. he gave money to his gubernatorial campaign. or his campaign wa
FOX Business
Nov 3, 2016 3:00pm EDT
investigation and trial right now in new jersey involving "bridgegate." the closure of the george washington bridge as payback to one of his political opponents i believe the mayor of fort lee which is adjacent to the bridge. liz: yes. >> that trial is going on. christie hasn't been charged in the trial. his name is all over it. liz: he is not been charged. >> two men in charge are direct under legs of. liz: a woman is involved. >> he denied that. long and short of it is, if his name, donald has to win first, okay f he does win and christie's name keeps getting dragged through the mud, there is good likelihood he disnot get attorney general. sensitive and huge job. christie was federal prosecutor. appointed by president bush. considered a decent prosecutor. liz: tough one. >> tough one. qualified for the job. liz: went after ivanka's husband father. >> food point. considered very good at the job. if this at the same time carries over and politically unpalatable to get him through senate confirmation, there will be a chance of a flip between rudy giuliani. rudy giuliani will be the
FOX Business
Nov 16, 2016 3:00pm EST
treasury secretary for george bush, you know, i had many, many conversations with his senior staff who said, no way he is going to take it, no way. then guess what? at some point he was on a plane going to washington. source of mine saw him. source of mine says he is going to washington. he will take it. no they tell me is not going to take it. he took it. i played this last week. last week trump people saying no way it is going to happen. jpmorgan people saying no way it's going to happen. here is what i'm telling you viewer right now, they're telling me there is much more than a marginal phone call. cnbc had very early marginal phone call. these talks, from what i understand, in the last couple of days have clearly heated up and dimon has said, point-blank, he is willing to play an advisory role to the trump administration on issues of banking and the economy. he is still telling them the job is not suitable for him. they believe, just so you know, from their standpoint he is leaving the door open. there is not a single person in jpmorgan that thinks he will take it but that is what
FOX Business
Apr 3, 2015 3:00pm EDT
-old george boy in a fiery jeep crash. the jury ordered the automaker to pay $150 million to the boy's family. the fuel tank was rear-ended by a pickup truck and exploded into flames. chrysler acted with reckless disregard with human life in the design of the jeep. chrysler was disappointed and may repeal that verdict. a raging fire destroyed a massive storage building by general electric. it consumed a building in louisville, kentucky. the extent of the damage still being tallied. firefighters still battling the blaze. no one injured in the fire. the actual sturk structure has collapsed. people aren't sick of fast and furious movies. they're in their seventh sequel. the latest sequel is set to speed across others in the box office. $115 million expected to rake in which would make it the biggest opening of the entire year for the seventh incarnation. lauren, this is amazing. lauren with the story. >> liz, concession, i haven't seen any of them. >> neither have i. >> you know what, i might be enticed to see fast and furious seven for a couple of reasons. (?) this is being talked
FOX Business
Feb 26, 2014 3:00pm EST
months from 43 to 13, it is tough going against george soros, and telling them the wrong abut better to go macy's and pennies either sideways or short. melissa: it is macy's. is there a second pig? >> macy's is the second pick and as i told charles payne kroger is a wild-card pick along with home depot, will benefit from the wild with their a -- winter weather, 20 storms all the way from that was to tie in. liz: i will shop there if they do. you name it i will go there. >> always goowith good leadership rather than wall street folks. liz: birch swigenger understands it. the gerbil fell off of the treadmill. it happens. closing bell ringing in 38 minutes. you might wonder what the magazine sports illustrated has to do with one of the world's biggest banks and its activation across the atlantic. what is that? this is so low tech. people allegedly at credit suisse have been doing this and have a secret elevator, hiding money, not cool. now you have all kinds of investigations and with the housing market offering mixed data, we look at real-estate business for an entirely different angle wi
FOX Business
Aug 16, 2016 3:00pm EDT
, george jetson technology. we're getting close. audi will unve thnology to alw your car to talk to traffic lights. vehicle to infrastructure. vti. they will see timer on dashboard counting down seconds until the light will turn green. eventually this should help prevent crashes and reduce congestion, right? people will not gun it? what is it if it is off? i'm always trying to time lights. feate corough the audi connect package. it starts $25 a month. starts rolling out in major u.s. cities by end of the year. just squeezing the lemon, officer. pushing through the yellow, sorry. >>> from technology of the future to technology of the past, illegal technology, the justice department has now found criminal, criminal wrongdoing by german automaker volkswagen, yeah, audi, related to its emissions-rigging scandal. government lawyers are currently in discussion about a settlement. charges vw could be facing as well as hefty fines. forget the fine. i pay the fine. jail? jeff flock is digging into the fine print. he is live at wv dealer in chicago where they're just trying to clear the inven
FOX Business
Nov 13, 2017 3:00pm EST
ben & jerry's ice cream founder. the fashion designer. george soros. and stephen rockefeller. they all got together and put this letter together as a group of wealthy individuals and they sent it to congress. they told the gop hey you are making a mistake don't cut our taxes particularly during the time when it's at an all-time high. here to weigh in isn't bert wealthy guy. he is the chairman of forbes media. let me guess you were are not on that letter list. people should not feel guilty about the fact that they have a resources because those re- forces are how they get hired standard of living. and what ronald reagan understood was when you lower tax rates on people who invest that helps the economy when you lower tax rates on people that consume it helps. instead of placing the class warfare. one of the people who signed the letter the former big executive of course american airlines wrote quite simply this is the dumbest thing in the world to give wealthy people a tax cut with such a huge deficit. you completely disagree with this. if you want to deal with washington and the fi
FOX Business
Mar 30, 2016 3:00pm EDT
strategist, ron christie republican strategist and former special assistant to former president george w. bush. i know you have shaking your head here, julie. what is trump thinking here? apparently taped interview with chris matthews for something that will air later on. he made the statement saying, yeah, i believe women should be punished if abortions were illegal and went ahead and did them. >> i don't know he is thinking anything. he has no filter. whatever comes into his head he says. there are a lot of people who probably agree with i am in republican primaries, you're committing a criminal act and a lot of republicans think you're taking a life and you should be punished for make taking a live. i don't think donald trump hasn't. ashley: does this help him in wisconsin. >> what i find fascinating it will hurt film general election he said thus far, men who facilitate illegal abortion under the scenario would not be punished. of course it many about as whole argument democrats effective make on war on women, a man helping woman to commit allegedly crime would have no penalty under
FOX Business
Aug 12, 2015 3:00pm EDT
george bush? >> she was pretty excited it be. never been to the oval office before and thrilled that her son and direct to senator that her son would work in the white house in the oval office. >> but hillary support at the moment. >> not ready for hillary but ready for bernie. >> ready for bernie. how many of those people hank are beginning to make a difference from bernie sanders? >> you haven't had the first primary yet. he has to sustain it until then. >> we shall see the brooklyn boy can do it. good to have you both. hank, ron, love it thank you so much. we're about 38 minute before the closing bell rungs. 6 p.m. eastern charles payne will be speaking to ben carson who was also seeing a little bit of growth in his polls lately. then at 7 p.m. lou dobbs sits down with donald trump. this is why you have to be on fox business just leave the dial my jim in new jersey has it on fox business. thank you 24 hour -- closing billion 37 minutes away don't you love when presidential candidates say i'll create jobs but then they don't say how they'll create jobs as a brand new job survey sho
FOX Business
Apr 26, 2017 3:00pm EDT
have that they will do that. when george w. bush cut taxes they head over ten years. they did not spend it. instead of spending money on goods. they want to spend money on spewed -- food. and it's having a is having a great time with friends and family. if so, because again it is sort of like asking that. >> i think it is a little too early to tell but everything is shaping up great. with spending in the park. and we have other opportunities on our international growth strategies you have parks in both mexico and canada if the president were to really do something about nafta without hurt you in some shape or form. we love our two parks. ballparks are doing extremely well. we really don't see any of that. does that not apply to you guys. we are just starting this new strategy. we bring all of that cash back to the u.s. today. and we will do that in the future. the most popular roller coaster. which one is it and where. i love every single one of those. >> i'm asking you to pick one. right in our own backyard. great adventures. i have to go. does it ve a lipsis what does a. you tal
FOX Business
Mar 27, 2017 3:00pm EDT
botticelli, former advise are tore to president george w. bush and columnist ellis henican. unsub assistanted by mr. trump himself, but all we've heard through the chatter, paul, is that he will reach across to democrats. that would mean schumer, senator schumer and it would mean representative he will he -- nancy pelosi. and john kasich was right a couple weeks ago he wrote in an op-ed the only way to get stuff passed by he reaching across the aisle. he also implored the democrats to reach across. paul, does that happen before president trump reaches back to the freedom caucus? >> i at this it might. he will certainly talk about it. this is part of the negotiating style of this president. he is uniquely elected, uniquely qualified to be a disruptor. he will do that even if he doesn't actually follow through. one thing i wonder if it is really reaching out to the democrat leaders or reaching out to vulnerable democrats? he doesn't need a lot f he get as bill passed with 218 in the house i don't know that he cares there is a lot of democrats to make it happen. i think republicans are hoping it
FOX Business
Nov 18, 2015 3:00pm EST
president george w. bush. gentlemen, obviously, the candidates are rushing and understandably so, it matters to americans, part of the national conversation, this very second. they're rushing to formulate their plans, but ron, start with you, the republicans have come out swinging, they're reacting to the fear. is that a position they should be taking? who's got it right so far? >> i think, liz -- good afternoon, i think what you're seeing is a reflection of republican candidates saying the threat of isis had been contained and watching the horror unfold in paris this past weekend. republicans are recognizing that the president's strategy has not worked, that americans generally look at the pocketbook issues such as the economy saying we're worried about the threat of terrorism. we need to put forward a solid plan and lead when president obama is unwilling or unable to do so. liz: mathew, a real mistake to have said that isis was contained. i think everybody would agree. hopefully the president would agree too that that was a huge mistake. let's look forward right now. from the democ
FOX Business
Sep 11, 2014 3:00pm EDT
. also campaigning to keep the u.k. together, george soros. quote: to vote for independence from the u.k. now would be to prematurely surrender scottish leverage in london and britain's leverage in the world. checking the stocks of those banks we just spoke about, royal bank of scotland, rbs, which opened stores back in the 1700s up and lloyd's up to 386. >>> well, our next guest says that by concentrating on a bottom-up investment strategy, you can still find ways to make money, and joining us now, sandyvillely,villely and company co-fund manager. great to meet you. >> thanks for having me. lori: how confident are you in u.s. markets? >> i really have been, basically, a perma-bull since mid 2009. but things that get me excited, the ten-year going from 3% down to 2.5, and oil to going from 110 to 90, and corporate earnings have been good. when i look at what europe's doing, it makes me a little bit fearful. we're trying to get out of our quantitative easing when all of a sudden europe is trying to start some bond purchases, asset purchases, and we're trying to raise rates, and the eu
FOX Business
Aug 17, 2015 3:00pm EDT
see next august? the assistant to george w. bush and his assistants also a democratic strategist ian fox news contributor. brad, it is funny that donald trump was the least likable and did did the worst in the debate but the number one candidate. how did those go together? >> 2015 is shaping up to be the year of the outsider but what about 2016 when the rubber meets the road? in america you have to be selected it to the public before the people so he may be petering out as we move closer. melissa: everybody said that he will go down but he keeps defying political gravity. ben carson moves into second place and significantly. did he seem like somebody who could hang onto that especially, he is not a career politician but he is quiet and thoughtful and has the opposite style. >> he is completely right to what is going on is the outsiders with ben carson absolutely and carly fiorina is one that benefited. the ceo coming from the outside. i think our said, it is hard to decide which will have staying power but here is the dynamic. the people who love donald trump love him and it could be
FOX Business
Oct 16, 2015 3:00pm EDT
george of kansas city, said, this is the time, now is the time. everyone seems to be speaking. we had jeffrey lacker who was on with pet peter barnes, then youe two fed governors who caution, wait we have to wait. the economy is not ready. are you confusing the public? >> i hope not. what we're trying to do, and i my perspective is that fed should be transparent, and communicate our rationale for decision making. i think that yellen has done an excellent job, this a risk management procedures, you go to the meeting, you have a view, and you listen to your colleagues around the paying else, i'm not -- table, i'm not upset by the fact we have diverse views, it would be more upsetting if we had the same views, it is how do you assess the risk, my feeling is the more we delay, the more there will be risks. we have learned from history that things can get away from us. i would like to be consistent with a gradual increase. i think by moving now when the economy can handle it we would be. liz: okay so, i am hearing you from, you feel that the economy is comfortable and solid enough at the m
FOX Business
Feb 9, 2016 3:00pm EST
special assistant to president george w. bush ron christie. great to have you both. all right, mr. good stein, if hillary does manage to win, that could be something considering bernie sanders is a local hero, a hometown guy, if hillary is able to do it, what's the likelihood of hillary being able to pull it out in new hampshire. >> there was a cnn poll yesterday that had her down 26, bernie up by 30 points as this race is heavily polled a month or two ago. the reason she didn't give anybody a straight answer to the question is it is perfectly obvious that bernie sanders is going to win. the question is what the media does does, he win by 20 or does he win by the low teens or maybe the single digits? if it's the latter, she's a comeback kid, right? bill clinton, for all the fanfare about new hampshire, he lost to paul tsongas in 1992 by 8 or 9 points and he was a comeback kid. lori: that was brilliant on his part. and she won in 2008 against barack obama. sorry to interrupt you. we'll see what happens there. bernie as you said has to win by a wide margin to propel momentum in south caro
FOX Business
Apr 5, 2017 3:00pm EDT
go with what you know. george w. bush, 1999 bought the texas rangers. so the bush family knows from running major league. >> the bush family has great political connections all over the country, including florida. that gives them a leg up. i'm telling you, you have to see the devil will be in the details, the league has to approve this, and manford, the baseball commissioner does not like leveraged deals. this is the state of play now. it's fascinating that it's jeb versus jeter, how's that. liz: it's a good headline. >> but might be the bores guys from goldman sachs. liz: we don't have a boring market. you commented what happened to the gains. some of it is the federal reserve. imax china investors are selling their shares to an international investment bank. of course, china has been a. >> china! >> huge market for imax, back to the markets. >> listen, that is a pretty stark reversal. you would think the markets would be up because they're making marginal progress on health care, you know, it can't be all the fed. this is where the markets get crazy, if we have fed tightening and
FOX Business
Feb 20, 2017 3:00pm EST
, former special assistant to president george w. bush. i will ask you what you think of this selection? let me start with ron christie. do you like this pick. >> good afternoon, ashley. i do. someone respected not only in the ranks but the senior echelon of the united states military. more importantly someone with the trust of the president of the united states. the national security vice hears a very difficult job, coordinating state department, department of defense and internally at the national security adviser but has to be an independent voice to the president on very, very serious matters. yes, i think is a great choice. ashley: joe to you, do you think he will be well-received? >> yes. i think he was one of the less controversial people had been suggested. i agree with ron, one who is widely respected. i think what is more important now he made this choice, made it, he had to make this fast because you can't move forward without, not very well without your national security adviser and i think general mcmaster will be well he received. it doesn't need senate confirmmation. this
FOX Business
Sep 1, 2016 3:00pm EDT
vote the republicans could conceivably get. george w. bush had pretty good luck with it. jeb even. i think donald trump that we saw in mexico, wasn't really like the donald trump we saw in phoenix. when you push those both out there, voters get confused which is the real one. cheryl: that is kind of what he was saying. we were told one thing in private. kevin, give you last word. talk about the electoral map. if you look at it, fox news, what we are projecting right now if election were right now, hillary clinton has 273 electoral votes, if this was according to our projections today, donald trump, 164. how does your nominee come back from this? >> he has got to change the narrative right now. the fact we're all tossing about inconsistencies in immigration is not good for him. he needs to talk about the clinton foundation and those ties. obamacare continuing to fall off the map and how hillary clinton will double down on it. if donald trump doesn't change the narrative it doesn't look very good. if he can get back to playing offense and put hillary on the defensive that is really whe
FOX Business
Feb 19, 2014 3:00pm EST
think of as conventional wisdom. liz: let me get a word from george about where the market goes in light of the fact the we had so much gyration today. >> this was the minutes from the jan. 28-29 meeting, there were telegraphed since that date. janet yellen has spoken with additional fed speakers. the weak employment report. it may be a commentary today tighter than the market expected and more currencies and fixed income than the equity market. going forward will be the same on labor numbers and initial claims, and other numbers tomorrow. liz: read on the screen, watching every step of the way for the next 48 minutes. before the closing bell rings a lot to talk about here. were you experiencing problems streaming your favorite netflix show? you are not alone. it is not a technical glitch. who and what are to blame? the answer may annoy you but we got the guy who is capitalizing on this problem and the publicly traded company which is soaring over the past year. and spirit in the sky, discount airline wars always interesting to watch particularly when they involve spirit airlines a
FOX Business
Feb 6, 2017 3:00pm EST
immigrants from seven mostly muslim countries out was judge james robart. put in by george bush, a republican, he, of course, was called a so-called judge, somewhat of a shocking tweet to some people when donald trump called him a so-called judge, a lot of name calling but does appear the entire executive order is questioned at having been rushed. where do you stand on it? did they rush to push out the executive order from the trump side? >> no doubt this was rushed. there's no doubt that the agencies have failed to have enough understanding. the airlines didn't know what to do. we have customs officials at airports around the world that are supposed to screen passengers as well as let passengers through. this is part of advanced screening. they didn't know what to do. so the calamity because of this rush job, resulted in the types of consequences that we've seen on tv. look, i worked on the refugee subcommittee of the u.s. senate for many years. barring the constitutionality of this ruling, the real problem is the president is trying to accomplish a goal that in the end his method
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Nov 7, 2014 3:00pm EST
sit around and talk about their feelings. >> george bush went to yale. mitt romney went to harvard. ivy league, i ddn't get that. >> they believe they're noble purpose. they believe their purpose is somewhere else. we're bigger the lead. that was yesterday. good story. by the way, this story lou: do yo egs. liz: do you think they'll reverse it? it reminds me of hair. one of my favorite musicals ever. >> my former colleague, he doesn't like the fact they're doing advertising about me. he suggested made all these nasty comments. liz: he's with nbc. >> i don't know what he does. contributor. he's one of the more you you mo- anywhere on his body. liz: wait. >> no, i'm not being mean. >> he was mean to me because he didn't like the advertiser doing the advertising campaign. he's jealous of fox business and jealous of what we do here. liz: can we show the advertising campaign? >> he think the world begins and ends at the crappy studio. i have left him in the dust, the disgusting slob he is. i've left all of them. i do every day, i break news and i will crape him off my shoe any time any
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Jul 16, 2014 3:00pm EDT
airtime. >> he was heading for the george washington bridge and he made a wrong turn and i grabbed him and he came in here. liz: he made the correct choice. >>> everyone in new jersey charles, including governor christie loves you. liz: we are glad you are here because you run sky bridge. the necklace since we last spoke we haven't 11.1 billion, but when i was in here and we were standing at that podium it was about a billion in the last four years. liz: into a italian i say model toff directing my mother is listening. liz: trolley said yesterday we had a guy-- tonight i said it wasn't an out that it was an eye . liz: we are culturally covered here. let's get to this potential deal. >> i think it's baffling what rupert murdoch is doing. he is 83 years young and pushing his agenda where he seems tumors amount of synergy. he will have low cost of capital and i think it's a brilliant transaction. >> do you think that is the only bid? >> i think it will be the only significant bid because what we learned about rupert murdoch is he is a panther he will get what he wants. >> do you think
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Nov 4, 2016 3:00pm EDT
christie the former governor of -- the governor of new jersey and two of his close allies. the george washington bridge was shut. it was squeezed down to political reasons and play. the governor was possibly a favor unless the guilty verdict. >> they closed the lanes on the gdf wb as radical payback. one of his enemies have not supported him. it was payback. the two aids that were involved were found guilty. his name is mentioned a lot in this. he's on the short list. if trump wins and still think it's an uphill battle. he is on the short list. maybe the aji choice unless there is more stuff coming out with us. unless there's more negative publicity. they reported to him which runs in the new jersey park. both of them have said he knew about this. he was well aware of this. if that keeps coming out he wasn't charged. he says he's innocent. that's the problem with him getting that. he is qualified for the job. this will dog him. who will be the aji for potential trump administration. a great choice for that job. people talking about him internally. they must have a matrix with boxes. a
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Dec 11, 2017 3:00pm EST
structures here. we do know a lot of celebrities including george lucas have homes behind us. a little bit further up the close -- we do know that the folks there in the college there they had been postpones all the way until after the holidays. with that i'm sending it back to you. it is extraordinarily touchy. thank you very much. our hearts go out to the students of ucsb. we just received clearance to see the video that's caught this morning's suicide backpack unintentionally. we will show that to you. this is the busiest transit hub. it has now reopened for business. he did fail to strike we have the two guys whose job it was for decades to protect the city from attack like the one this morning. they have unintentionally set to big engines. the countdown is coming right back. ♪ ♪ i can do more to lower my a1c. because my body can still make its own insulin. and i take trulicity once a week to activate my body to release it, like it's supposed to. trulicity is not insulin. it comes in a once-weekly, truly easy-to-use pen. the pen where you don't have to see or handle a needle. a
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Aug 2, 2017 3:00pm EDT
to is the study from george borja off and he went back and re-examined and opened up the old data and talked about how it actually did reduce wages. they have done enormous an enormous amount of research on this as had the u.s. civil rights commission. and so on and so forth. the recent study said that as much as $300 billion per year may be lost as part of the current immigration systems. at the end of the day why do special interests want to bring in more low skilled workers. if you get to answer the question. i named the studies. glenn i named the studies. the new york times can hire all of the workers they head from other countries. it is happening in our country. maybe a time we have compassion for american workers. president trump has met with american workers. ask them how this is affecting their lives. the americans might otherwise if you look at that. if you bring in the low skilled labor. there is a labor shortage for lower skilled jobs. there isn't. the number of people living in the united states in the working agent. it's at a record high. one in four americans between th
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Aug 29, 2016 3:00pm EDT
in her speeches, even pointing out paul ryan and george w. bush in her speeches. so it is very clear for donald trump it is about unifying, trying to figure out where he can not lose his base but build on his base as well as those voters. ashley: yeah, it is not, it will be a tall task, we know that richard, is the biggest enemy for the clinton camp by your own admission, looking, complacency is the biggest threat to hillary clinton? >> look, i mean this is going to be a dogfight. i do think if it ends up being kind of a gap, that there was a couple weeks ago, that is a problem. on this ad, ashley, two problems, one on be is stance which is, the last time we had a clinton presidency it was the biggest boon ever for the middle class. 23 million new jobs. most robust economic growth ever. frankly it is $10 million over nine states. that is what we're hearing. he is spending on these ads. that is a joke. one million dollars per state? it does raise questions about his wealth. i mean, one of the things, we all think, i do, that if he released his tax returns we would see real problems. i
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Sep 28, 2017 3:00pm EDT
george w. bush that sunsetted after a certain amount of time. people took that money, and they did not spend it. it turned out that they saved it or paid down debt. can you really be sure that suddenly the economy -- i believe it does, but i know people are asking can you be sure that the economy will suddenly have some rocket fuel to it? >> great question. i happen to believe that when people get to keep more of their money, they use it more wisely, more efficiently which actually stirs economic activity which actually produces more tax revenue. we've seen it under president kennedy, we saw it under president reagan. and i'll tell you this, we should do something with capital gains in this plan too, because when we do that, that is one guaranteed over 80 years of experience there, that really dim lates the economy and actually -- stimulates the economy and actually brings money in. we know this. i'm a big believer in that, i have faith and trust in it, and i believe 3%'s going to be the low end. i wouldn't be surprised if we saw 3.5, 4% or even 5 president which was not -- 5% whic
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Aug 31, 2015 3:00pm EDT
campaign. former deputy assistant to george w. bush republican strategist brad blake man is with us as well. first on your party's polling on iowa to see truch and carson tied but fiorina tied. anti-established what do you make of this trend that is emerging and stangdz out in this poll? >> they like people from the outside but they don't have a very good track record or picking who the nominee of the republican party going to to be. having said that doesn't surprise me that two out -- three outsiders are rising in polls in iowa. that creates opportunity for them. but the more serious candidates are really concentrating on new hampshire and south carolina and nevada and super tuesday states. so iowa is not the -- end all for any candidate in this race. >> go to richards so brad you're saying it is not going to be in your view or doesn't sound like you think it will be a nonestablishment candidate nominee you're gong back and step up. that's where you are on all of this? >> yeah, the experience. >> at the same time richard calling bernie sanders say he's up in the polls too. there seems
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May 19, 2014 3:00pm EDT
model for them. liz: anybody reading george orwell anymore, sitting and reading a book? how about that? listen, thank thank you, jo lin. the o.k. corral with these start-ups being bought for billions. i love it. it's great for this country. closing bell ringing in 48 minutes. the business of spying not great for the united states as u.s. attorney general eric holder says china intentionally snooped on american companies, stealing all kinds of information. and enough is enough. he says it won't be tolerated. are u.s. business secrets really safe? how should the u.s. fight back? how should your company fight back? we have the ceo who exposed a major link to the chinese government when it comes to hacking. kevin hand ya, our fireeye leader is our guest. and where is your credit card -- worried your credit card information might get hacked while paying online? online payment company -- [inaudible] stepping up your protection and the fees are so good they're still alive while square wallet isn't. the ceo joining me exclusively. ♪ ♪ are the largest targets in the world, for every hacker,
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Apr 4, 2017 3:00pm EDT
deadened in this case? former un ambassador to george bush christopher hill with me live. and shocking news about one of the most respected federal reserve presidents. why the richmond fed president has suddenly resigned. on wall street, stocks turn from red to green as president trump said it's time to come together to rebuild america. but the s&p sort of flat at the moment, so we're watching it very closely. we're less than an hour to the closing bell. let's start the countdown. ♪ ♪ >> okay. so we have breaking news on two fronts. senate democrats have just threatened that if republicans in fact that so-called nuclear option in order to get the judge gorsuch mation to the supreme court, democrats will be less thahelpful to president trump on future legislation. and part two of the breaking news we're getting more detail right now about this bombshell that the federal reserve dropped less than two year two hours ago. richmond federal president is now admitting he was the one who leaked top secret fed information back in 2012 to a wall street analyst. this is a big no. no.
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Jun 24, 2015 3:00pm EDT
allah during his formal sentencing to death by district court judge george o'toole in boston. dzhokhar tsarnaev breaking his silence. speaking in court for the first time. he asked for forgiveness from allah and thanked his attorneys and the court before then turning and apologizing to the victims and survivors. he said he takes responsibility for his deadly actions and asked allah to have mercy on him and his brother who died in the shoot-out with police. victims and family members of the dead are expected, you see the microphones right there. expected to come out to the cameras any minute. they stared him down after being allowed to articulate in excruciating detail and tearful explanation, the devastating effects of the attack and the impact on them. some outright called tsarnaev everything from a terrorist to a coward. it is the last hour of trading day. there is still no greek deal accepted by eurozone leaders. our markets are down. let's start the "countdown." april 15th, 2013 will be remembered as the deadliest attack on the u.s. homeland since 9/11, and today will be remembered
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Nov 29, 2016 3:00pm EST
previously the labor secretary under president george w. bush, she is also the wife of majority leader mitch mcconnell. blake burman, look, an earlier name, tom price, was announced as health and human services director. lots of commotion at in this hour, and we're thank goldman sachs for our business audience. >> reporter: right. can't say it's a beautiful day out here, but it's certainly a busy one as there is a lot going on inside trump tower. started this morning with tom price being announced as the president-elect's pick for hhs, health and human services. we believe here this afternoon, quite possibly this hour, that elaine chao will be the pick for the department of transportation head. but a lot of the attention, a lot of the focus is on what, indeed, is going to happen with the secretary of state pick. here's what we know at this very hour. the president-elect, donald trump, will be meeting later today wrapping things up with mitt romney. they are having dinner here in new york city. i asked a trump transition aide why the need for a meeting two with mitt romney x the answer that i
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Jul 21, 2017 3:00pm EDT
president in a very substantial way, maybe even more so than with george w. bush, the last republican president. so it's his job to change that. it's also his job if he can to rein in the president when he can, this is a president that goes off message -- i am telling you, when i talked to some people that know people in his legal team, none of them it was wise that he went after robert mueller in "the new york times" article. not smart to the interview times in the first place. no one knew. this is what why anthony scaramucci's job is so difficult. he's a smart guy, really smart guy. he's an amazing marketer. the question is does he have the requisite skill set to be a communication's manager. sean spicer resigned and said he resigned because he didn't think anthony scaramucci should be in the job. we have to hear what sean spicer says, usually when people resigned is i'm passed over, get your own team, i'm out. that's a personal dig. liz: yeah. >> i will say this, the notion that reince priebus and he are lovey dovey is, well, he didn't really say that, they are like brothers but he
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Jun 29, 2016 3:00pm EDT
george hw bush so this is not a democrat versus republican issue but when you see the difference between the number of manufacturing jobs then and now, it is rather stark. what are we to make of that? >> well, i think you have to look at it in a more holistic way, liz, and nafta has become an easy whipping boy for every job and manufacturing loss, but i was talking to a very good friend today that i've worked with in the automotive industry, and he was sharing with me the number of workers involved in producing cars today versus 20 years ago where selling we're selling more cars but doing it with more workers. and a large part of that is with innovation and automation. and there's no question when you open up for global competition, there are going to be industries that lose out because another company has got a more innovative or creative product. but i think it's unfair to escape goat trade for every job lost in manufacturing. and the flip side of that is the real winners of trade deals are consumers. because tariffs are nothing but a fancy word for taxes. and if you impulse ta
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Jun 12, 2014 3:00pm EDT
as we take you to a break, take a moment to congratulate former president george herbert walker bush. look at him go. he celebrated his 90th birthday today with a parachute jump in maine. he was harnessed to another parachutist, he did land safely with a huge smile for the crowd of onlookers. happy birthday and congratulations. ♪ ♪ if ...hey breathing's hard... know the feeling? copd includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis. spiriva is a once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that helps open my obstructed airways for a full 24 hours. spiriva helps me breathe easier. spiriva handihaler tiotropium bromide inhalation powder does not replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms. tell your doctor if you have kidney problems, glaucoma, trouble urinating, or an enlarged prostate. these may worsen with spiriva. discuss all medicines you take, even eye drops. stop taking spiriva and seek immediate medical help if your breathing suddenly worsens, your throat or tongue swells, you get hives, vision changes or eye pain, or problems passing urine. other side effects include d
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Nov 13, 2014 3:00pm EST
on a date with george clooney, that was one we did. we did riding in an rv to the fina finale of breaking bad. be in the next star wars moifg. ride in a tank with arnold schwarzenegger. liz: how do convince celebrities to do this? it a raffle system. you put in at the present bucks. if you put in more, you get a bigger shot. right? >> yeah. the celebs have been doing this for a long time. they've been putting up their time and energy. usually these experiences are only available to a small select group of people at gal as. now, celebrities can reach out and reach the 99.9 percent of their fan base that wants to engage with them and connect. through a small micro donation can do that now. you can raise two to 20 times from what these have done in the traditional models. liz: we're showing baker hues because halburton is making a play for it. let's get back to omaze. how can people get involved? how can they make a 10-dollar raffle a pick? can you decide which type of celebrity experience you want, matt? >> absolutely, yeah. our website is called omaze.com. so if you go there, you'
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May 9, 2017 3:00pm EDT
. brad is republican strategist, and former deputy assistant to president george w. bush. he is also in d.c. i can tell by the smiling face he hears me very well. mr. wolf is here in new york, 32 advisors. >> i may pull i can't hear you routine. connl: notitting right next to me. ubs america former chairman and ceo. brad, let me start with you. do you think the democrats are being up front they want to work together? at the end of the day because of republican control i'm not sure how much they matter but what is your take. >> don't get caught up in the semantics of repeal or replace. some parts of the republican reform keep mandates for obamacare. you can keep your kid on your policy until they're 26 years old. the ability to cap preexisting conditions and still get affordable health care. if they scrap the verbiage, come to the table in good faith, i think republicans especially in the senate will have a willing ear. look, in order for health care, generational change to take place in our country it should be bipartisan because it will affect every american. connell: right. is ther
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Mar 1, 2016 3:00pm EST
special assistant to george w. bush, ron kristy, big implications for everybody, even to try to slice and dice is ridiculous but let's start with texas, ted cruz versus donald trump, ron kristy called this remarkable. give eyes while guess. >> ted cruz ecb and out but it will be close. the most recent polling data shows ted cruz is up 35%, donald trump right on his heels. if ted cruz can't win his own state tonight, his viability as a candidate starts looking week. the question is can he show it true strength in texas? liz: the fact that it is close is stunning. and putting feet to the fire, you had none other than house speaker paul ryan coming out and saying about donald trump if a person wants to beat the republican nominee, there can be, quote, know these thomas aiken must reject bigotry, that is a nod to the ku klux klan controversy but donald trump is still close enough in texas, it is not sticking to him. >> it is miraculous, you have the entire -- got to feel bad for people like the speaker and mitch mcconnell because they have to run somebody loads not by democrats and
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Nov 1, 2017 3:00pm EDT
george papadopoulos, does the president recall at the march 2016 meeting mr. papadopoulos suggesting the meeting between then candidate trump and vladimir putin does, he recall that? >> no, i don't believe he does. april? reporter: first, form head of the u.s. commission on civil rights says if everyone wants that but to stop people from coming because they come from different countries is totally wrong. what say you? >> nobody said because they come from a different country. that's the whole definition of immigration is they wouldn't be u.s. citizens, we certainly haven't said that immigration as a whole should be outlawed. reporter: the lottery is specifically for those coming from other nations, that you are not in favor of right now because you believe there is a possibility of terrorism. >> i believe that we have a fundamental right to protect the people of this country, and if we see or think that someone is a threat to united states citizens that we should take every precaution that we can to protect the people of this country, and i don't think most americans would disagree w
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Jan 29, 2016 3:00pm EST
out strategist, brad is the gop strategist and former deputy assistant to george w bush. good to see you. is this a correct assessment that bernie would be hurt more by a snow storm? >> first of all, i think you should take note of the fact it's good luck for the markets. liz: noted. absolutely. >> i think -- you know, all the indications are there hasn't been the spike in people registering that we saw before '08 and obama bringing all these people into the process. we've not seen that. i think the feeling is that higher turnout, that's what sanders himself said when he was -- after he left the white house the other day said in an interview that's what they're banking on and lower turnout -- yes, i think the clinton campaign is having a pretty discipline effort. what they didn't have frankly in 2008. liz: uh-huh. >> they have not made that mistake twice. they're getting their people out. bernie planning on getting people from all over the place, some saying across the border. and i think a snow storm, yeah, in theory would hurt his prospects. liz: brad to hillary we had breaking new
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